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Commissioners Consider Changing Zoning For New Housing Complex

BOZEMAN -

Bozeman City Commissioners will decide on Monday night if zoning lines should be changed to accommodate a new student housing complex.

Right now, the open area located south of Opportunity Way and east of 11th Avenue is zoned for single family homes.

To build a student housing complex, developers want to change the zoning to high-density residential housing.

If approved, Arnold street and 11th Avenue would be extended. Nearby residents have raised concerns saying it will create more traffic in their neighborhood and an unsafe environment for kids to walk to school.

Three weeks ago, the zoning commission recommended not changing the zoning in that area.

The commissioners will make the final decision at their meeting on Monday night, beginning at 6 p.m. at City Hall.

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